Fordítások & példák
expand_more Néhányan dacoltak szavával a száműzetés hosszú éveiben, de csak néhányan.
Egy jós megkérdezésének büntetése száműzetés volt, a mágiagyakorlásé azonban halál.
Tudta, hogy lesbosi tartózkodását valami száműzetés-félének fogják tartani, amelyet Marcellus idézett elő.
Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "banishment" szó használatára magyarul
Az alábbi mondatok külső forrásokból származnak és nem miden esetben ponstosak. Ennél fogva a bab.la semmilyen felelősséget vagy kötelezettséget nem vállal az itt megjelenő információkért.
EnglishA few had defied that word during the long years of banishment only a few.
English'Sparhawk has simply seized this flimsy excuse to violate his banishment.
EnglishAugustus did not punish either Emilius or Cornelius by death or banishment.
EnglishAnd the banishment would have to be to a place where no harm would come to others.
EnglishGranted, a few probably deserved their banishment from the trade.
EnglishShe summoned energy, twisting it into the shape of her most powerful spell of banishment.
EnglishBremen had trained him personally until his banishment from the Keep more than ten years ago.
EnglishThe penalty for consulting a magician was banishment, but the penalty for practising magic oneself was death.
EnglishLivia wrote the recommendation for banishment in very strong terms.
EnglishHe knew that his stay at Lesbox would be read as a sort of banishment incurred because of Marcellus.
EnglishAfter the extermina-tion of the Chechen and the banishment of the Arme-nians, Georgians, and Ukrainians, that wont be a problem.
EnglishHe handed Livia his seal-ring so that she might write letters to the Senate by his authority, recommending the banishment.
EnglishAnd we will face banishment, or worse.
EnglishAn excellent banishment, if unexpected.
EnglishHe told him that he knew that Postumus's banishment had been due to a cruel plot on Livia's part-he had positive proof of it.
EnglishThen we discussed his banishment.
EnglishHe even had the right of summarily condemning any Roman citizen, from ploughman to senator, to death or perpetual banishment.
EnglishSo far from recalling him from banishment he refused even to renew his Protectorate when it came to an end the following year.
EnglishA few lives spared from involuntary banishment and imprisonment, that they were sentenced to for no fault of their own!
EnglishShe did not show the letter to Augustus but sent it direct to the Senate, who immediately voted a decree of perpetual banishment.